TiE Seattle & Institute of Protein Design

May 2, 2019
05:00 PM - 07:30 PM

  • Genome Sciences William H. Foege Hall Foege Building Rm. S060 (Auditorium )

  • 3720,15th Avenue Northeast,Northeast Seattle

  • Seattle

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Overview

TiE Seattle & Institute of Protein Design

Are you interested in learning about the biggest advances in life sciences? Are you interested in learning how software is being used to design brand new bio molecules? How about getting inspiration for that refreshingly new idea for the next startup? 

TiE Seattle, in association with University of Washington’s Institute of Protein Design, invites you to an innovation event highlighting how synthetic proteins, designed from scratch on a computer, can address modern challenges in medicine, energy and technology. The mission of TiE is to foster entrepreneurship globally through the 5 pillars of TiE : Mentoring, Networking , Education, Funding and Incubation. TiE’s focus area is to enable the next generation of entrepreneurs. 

Natural proteins evolved over millions of years to solve the most complex challenges on Earth. However, we face new and pressing challenges today. Protein design requires high-level expertise in computing and software, biochemistry, genome sciences, biological structure, pharmacology, immunology and other basic science disciplines, as well as clinical medicine.

Please join us as we highlight the world-leading innovation coming out of the Univerity of Washington’s Institute of Protein Design.

Professor David Baker, Director of the Institute of Protein Design, will be speaking along with other researchers. Those interested in learning more will have the opportunity to sign up for a tour of the Institute.


Speakers

David Baker

David Baker

PhD, Director of the Instit...

David Baker is the Henrietta and Aubrey Davis Endowed Professor in Biochemistry, Director of the Institute for Protein Design, Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and a...

Venue

Genome Sciences William H. Foege Hall Foege Building Rm. S060 (Auditorium )

3720,15th Avenue Northeast,Northeast Seattle ,Seattle

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